Christmas Carol

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  • Ghost of Christmas Past Flame - Symbolism
  • Well! Old Scratch has got his own at last, hey?
  • The Effects of Cruelty - Theme
  • So I am told. Cold isn' it?
  • Are these the shadows of things that Will be, or are they shadows of things that May be only?
  • Ghost of Christmas Future - Internal Conflict
  • The flame on the Spirit's head symbolizes the light that shines the way through his past. Scrooge attempts to shut out is past by covering the flame so it dies and he succeeds.
  • Scrooge and the gentlemen - Indirect Characterization
  • Nothing!
  • You fear the world too much all your other hopes have merged into the hope of being beyond the chance of its sordid reproach. I have seen your nobler aspirations fall off one by one, until the master-passion, Gain, engrosses you. Have I not?
  • The theme in "A Christmas Carol" is the effects of cruelty. Scrooge was always hurtful and cruel to everyone, so when he died people were not upset. In fact, they were happy that he had passed away.
  • Belle and Scrooge - Indirect Characterization
  • What then? Even if I have grown so much wiser, what then? I am not changed towards you.
  • When the Ghost of Christmas Future is leading Scrooge through the graveyard, Scrooge was asking him many questions, but the Ghost never responded. Scrooge became very frightened by this which caused an internal conflict.
  • Marley's Chains - Symbolism
  • I wear the chain I forged in my life.
  • This is an example of indirect characterization. Scrooge is being very harsh towards the gentlemen who are donating money to the poor by saying he will not donate in a very harsh and cruel tone.
  • A few of us are endeavoring to raise a fund to buy the Poor some meat and drink and means of warmth. We choose this time, because it is a time, of all others, when Want is keenly felt, and Abundance rejoices. What shall I put you down for?
  • Scrooge was indirectly characterized by the dialogue between him and Belle. Belle told him that she was leaving him because he was not paying attention to her, but to his money.
  • Marley's chains symbolizes the many mistakes he has made in his past life. He is trying to warn Scrooge that if he continues to make these mistakes, when he dies he will have to bear the heavy chains and try to get rid of them.
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